Sony BRAVIA KDL-32EX710
Released July, 2010
The Pros:Easy to setup and get going. Picture looks great once it has been calibrated through the menus. Better than average sound from the built-in speakers.
The Cons:Poor documentation - the included manual is poorly written. Menu system is difficult to navigate. Only compatible with a proprietary USB Wi-Fi adapter from the manufacturer.
The Bravia KDL-32EX710 is a high-defintion television from Sony that offers a step-down from the company's KDL-40EX710 model. Featuring a 32-inch backlit Edge LED display, this model is capable of display full 1080p high-definition content within a sleek modern enclosure.
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Users can access the Bravia Internet Video service via wireless connectivity, viewing content from Youtube, Netflix, Slacker and more. Personal user content can also be accessed and ported directly to the TV, providing further image and video options including a digital picture frame function. USB storage devices can be connected through the single USB 2.0 port for immediate MP3 playback, with direct download available for back-and-forth storage between the two devices. Screen detail and clarity on the 32EX710 is supplemented with 120Hz Motionflow technology, a feature that increases frame rate speeds exponentially and reduces image blur for maximum-potential viewing during fast-pased scenes in television programs or movies. Brightness levels can be set to an automatically-adjusting "Ambient Sensor" mode, a feature that measures the amount of light in the room before setting the TV level accordingly. Multiple forms of energy conservation are included, including the "Presence Sensor" function that automatically powers the unit down upon 30 consecutive minutes of motion-less activity, as well as an energy saving switch that allows the TV to remain plugged in without continuing to draw power from the primary source.
- Slim design
- 1080p HD resolution
- Edge LED backlighting
- Ambient sensor
- Bravia Internet Video
- Wi-Fi functionality
- True Cinema technology
- Cinemotion reverse pulldown technology
- USB port
- Auto shut-off
- Picture frame mode
- Includes table-top stand
User Reviews (8)
easy to setup and get going
picture looks great once it has been calibrated through the menus
better than average sound from the built-in speakers
poor documentation - the included manual is poorly written
menu system is difficult to navigate
only compatible with a proprietary USB Wi-Fi adapter from the manufacturer
no sleep timer on the remote control - you have to go several steps to get to it
default calibration is designed for the showroom floor - will likely need tuning
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